Don’t Delay On Mail-In Ballot

Ohioans have a fail-safe method of reacting to warnings about problems with mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 election: Don’t delay.

Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s office has already begun mailing applications for mail-in absentee ballots to every registered voter in Ohio. Those interested in using the method should return applications quickly.

Then, once absentee ballots arrive in the mail, they should be marked — correctly and legibly — immediately, and returned.

If there are problems, they will be because of a crush of mail-in ballots during the last few days before the election. We encourage East Ohioans, then, to avoid the bottleneck by getting, voting and returning ballots as quickly as possible.


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